Jane H. Barnsteiner
Dr. Barnsteiner received her BSN and MSN degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and her PhD from the University of Michigan. In addition to her multiple academic roles in the School, she served as Director of Nursing for Translational Research at the University of Pennsylvania Health System and served as Director of Nursing Practice and Research at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. In this latter role, she spearheaded the development of a model, structure, and system for the formal and informal dissemination of evidence-based practices.
Dr. Barnsteiner models in all her writings and actions an integrative model for practice, research, and education. She was the founding editor of The Online Journal of Knowledge Synthesis for Nursing, and sits on the editorial or manuscript review boards for a number of other nationally known journals. Other national contributions include serving on the American Academy of Nursing Expert Panel on Children and Families and the Fellow Selection Committee. She is one of the developers of the Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) initiative and is a leader in patient safety and quality improvement. She is the editor of Translational Research and QI for the American Journal of Nursing.
Dr. Barnsteiner is a national mentor, a resource, and a consultant for individuals and organizations on patient safety and quality improvement.
Burke, K., Johnson, T., Sites, C., & Barnsteiner, J (2017). Creating an evidence-based progression for clinical advancement programs. American Journal of Nursing. 117(5):22-38.
Armstrong GE, Dietrich M, Norman L, Barnsteiner J, & Mion L. (2017). Nurses’ Perceived Skills and Attitudes About Updated Safety Concepts: Impact on Medication Administration Errors and Practices. J Nurs Care Qual. 32(3):226-233
Sherwood G. & Barnsteiner, J.(Eds). (2017). Quality and Safety in Nursing: ACompetency Based Approach to Improving Outcomes, 2nd edition. Wiley Publications.
Kennedy, MS & Barnsteiner, J. (2017). A Plea to Faculty: Rethink Student Writing Assignments. American Journal of Nursing. 117(8): 7.
Disch, J., Barnsteiner, J., Connor, S., & Brogren, F. (2017). Original Research: Exploring how nursing schools handle student errors and near misses. American Journal of Nursing. 117(10):24-30.
Barnsteiner, J & Disch, J. (2017). Creating a fair and just culture in schools of nursing. American Journal of Nursing. 117(11):58-64.
Goodman D, Ogrinc G, Davies L, Baker GR, Barnsteiner J, Foster TC, Gali K, Hilden J, Horwitz L, Kaplan HC, Leis J, Matulis JC, Michie S, Miltner R, Neily J, Nelson WA, Niedner M, Oliver B, Rutman L, Thomson R, Thor J. (2016). Explanation and elaboration of the SQUIRE (Standards for Quality Improvement Reporting Excellence) Guidelines, V.2.0: examples of SQUIRE elements in the healthcare improvement literature. BMJ Qual Saf. Apr 13. pii: bmjqs-2015-004480. doi: 10.1136/bmjqs-2015-004480. [Epub ahead of print]
Kennedy, MS., & Barnsteiner, J. (2016). Reporting on quality improvement projects: Where’s the quality? American Journal of Nursing. 116(9):7.
Kennedy, M.S., Barnsteiner, J., & Daly, J. (2014). Honorary and ghost authorship in nursing publications. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 46(6), 416-422.
Armstrong, GE., Dietrich, M., Norman, L. Barnsteiner J. & Mion. L. (2017). Development and Psychometric Analysis of a Nurses’ Attitudes and Skills Safety Scale: Initial Results. Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 32(2):E3-E10.